The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees examines the humanitarian situation in drought-ridden Afghanistan.
Margaret Warner and guests discuss the worst day of fighting in six weeks between Macedonian government forces and ethnic Albanian rebels.
Clashes with ethnic Albanian guerrillas have spread from Kosovo into Serbia and Macedonia.
Margaret Warner talks with the President of El Salvador about the nation's recovery from two devastating earthquakes.
It was another shaky morning in Seattle as two mild aftershocks followed Wednesday's powerful earthquake.
A panel discusses Secretary of State Colin Powell's trip to the Middle East and his first month in office.
A look at the U.S. policy towards Iraq, the problem that won't go away.
President Bush said today's attack on military targets near Baghdad sends a warning to Saddam Hussein.
After a background report on the embassy bombing trial, a panel discusses the role of the courts in the fight against terrorism.
After this background report on the embassy bombing trial, a panel discusses the role of the courts in the fight against terrorism.
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